Sino-US Relations in the Time of COVID-19

Dates: June 11, 2020

Meets: Thurs. from 10:00-11:30 AM (MDT) -Webex Webinar Live

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Maggie Greene, an assistant professor of Chinese and East Asian cultural history in the Department of History and Philosophy at Montana State University, will explore the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on Sino-U.S. relations from the perspective of an expert on the People’s Republic of China. Greene will discuss the emergence of the virus in the Chinese city of Wuhan in early 2020 and the current global situation, as well as the social and political response to the pandemic around the world.

Questions Contact Bobbi Geise bobbi.geise@montana.edu

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Maggie Greene

Maggie Greene is an associate professor of history at Montana State University. She is the author of "Resisting Sprits: Drama Reform and Cultural Transformation in the People's Republic of China" (University of Michigan Press, 2019). Her research explores cultural transformation in China across time and space, and the relationship of cultural production to politics. She has published on subjects ranging from opera, to mahjong, to mountaineering in the high socialist period. Her second project considers the role of global popular culture in post-Mao China.

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